January 2011

The Day It Rained Quiche on Alex Brown

He woke up to the clock radio clicking on thinking about the last shades of a dream about running down a flight of stairs. He stood in the shower reciting song lyrics he didn't know were wrong. He backed out of his parking space at the Green Pines apartment complex thinking, "Today you'll finally be your best, Alex Brown" and hoping not to crush a bug under his wheels. He slammed on his breaks in the middle of an intersection because a torrent of mini-quiches rained down on the street.

Question of the Week: The Purpose of Man

Life is full of uncertainty. To exist is to question, to ponder the mysteries of the universe even when any answer would be little more than conjecture. Perhaps if we approach these quandaries from multiple perspectives we might gain some deeper insight. Maybe we can acquire a purer truth by asking those who differ from us in ways both minor and significant to offer their own understandings.

The Question of the Week for January 25th, 2011 is:

What is the purpose of man?

Question of the Week: The Death Penalty

Life is full of uncertainty. To exist is to question, to ponder the mysteries of the universe even when any answer would be little more than conjecture. Perhaps if we approach these quandaries from multiple perspectives we might gain some deeper insight. Maybe we can acquire a purer truth by asking those who differ from us in ways both minor and significant to offer their own understandings.

The Question of the Week for January 18th, 2011 is:

Is the death penalty ethically justified?

Question of the Week: Vegetarianism

Life is full of uncertainty. To exist is to question, to ponder the mysteries of the universe even when any answer would be little more than conjecture. Perhaps if we approach these quandaries from multiple perspectives we might gain some deeper insight. Maybe we can acquire a purer truth by asking those who differ from us in ways both minor and significant to offer their own understandings.

The Question of the Week for January 11th, 2011 is:

Is it morally wrong for omnivorous animals to eat meat?


Question of the Week: Afterlife

Life is full of uncertainty. To exist is to question, to ponder the mysteries of the universe even when any answer would be little more than conjecture. Perhaps if we approach these quandaries from multiple perspectives we might gain some deeper insight. Maybe we can acquire a purer truth by asking those who differ from us in ways both minor and significant to offer their own understandings.

The Question of the Week for January 4th, 2011 is:

What Happens To Us When We Die?